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Personal Issue: Why we always want more but always have less time | Warum wir immer mehr wollen, aber immer weniger Zeit haben

I think we live in a society, where everyone quickly becomes unsatisfied. Maybe some have noticed, others not. Sometime ago I stumbled upon an article published by Die Zeit (a German newspaper). The article focuses on the dissatisfaction in our society and why the happiness level is exploited at a certain point. But where does this dissatisfaction come from? Do we have the right to be that unsatisfied? For me personally I always noticed my dissatisfaction when I want something. And I’m not talking about new clothes, pillow covers or scented candles. Material things are not what I’m talking about. It’s much more about performance, development and accomplishments. I will give you a current, very banal example: I’m currently trying to learn a certain Yoga pose but am still failing. Nothing big but I’m unsatisfied with my output. And this isn’t the first time that I’m unsatisfied with my athleticism. As soon as something doesn’t work out as I thought it would, I feel unhappy. Nevertheless I believe in myself and that I will achieve …

Personal Issue: When your priorities change

At some point we all have our priorities and somehow organize our lives according to them. Maybe not realizing this straight away but those priorities really shape us and how we arrange our daily life and, really important, our future. What are the values we want to keep and pass on? How important is this or that? And is this really necessary? But this is all a little more complex, as I have experienced lately. I guess the least of us know their priorities straight away. When someone would come up to me and ask for my priorities I would certainly have to think for a while. For a long time I thought I knew what my priorities are, since I’m always really organized when it comes to life and schedules. But I guess life events, people and certain circumstances change those preferences and you start to over-think your way of living. My first, vast major life course was when my father died in 2012 (find an article on that here). So much changed in …